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Learning Analysis

Settings

Introduction

The Learning Analysis (Settings) tab suggests which settings are significant to the goals. Users may adjust the values of the settings based on this analysis.

Overview Chart

The overview chart shows the top 10 settings, where a higher score means that the setting is more significant. Users can click on the bar to find out the value that has better or worse results. The full ranked settings are shown in the table below.

learning setting overview

Setting Chart

Each setting has a chart showing the distribution of results for each possible value. There are three main lines, denoted by the blue arrows. The top line is the best result of this value, the black thick line is the median (50th percentile), and the bottom line is the worst result of this value.

learning setting setting

Users can toggle between show and hide extreme outliers (values that are far from other values). Hiding outliers is the default behaviour so that the chart is easier to comprehend.

learning setting outlier

Errors

Introduction

The Learning Analysis (Errors) tab suggests which settings are significant to the errors, or a certain error category. Users may adjust the values of the settings based on this analysis.

Overview Chart

The overview chart shows the top 10 significant setting’s values. There are two parameters to adjust for this chart:

  1. Error Percentage - the usage percentage of a setting’s value among all error results. Setting’s values above this percentage will be shown in the chart, and a higher percentage gives a stricter restriction.
  2. RunDone to Error Percentage - RunDone Percentage (the usage percentage of a setting’s value among all successful results) divided by Error Percentage. Setting’s values below this percentage will be shown in the chart, and a lower percentage gives a stricter restriction.

Users can click on the bar to view the setting’s usage for both error and successful results. The full ranked setting’s values are shown in the table below.

learning error overview

Setting Chart

Each setting has a chart to compare the usage of the values between error and successful results. A value is significant to the error if it has a high Error Percentage (the yellow box on the left), and a low RunDone Percentage (the yellow box on the right).

learning error 1setting

There is also an option to compare the usage of the values between two settings combinations. Each color of the bar represents the possible values combinations between two settings.

learning error 2setting